Gardner-Webb Students Join Alpha Chi Honor Society

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University Inducts 35 New Members into Academic Organization

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C.—Gardner-Webb University inducted 35 new members into the Alpha Chi student honor society in a ceremony on Nov. 15 in Blanton Auditorium on the GWU campus.

Alpha Chi is a coeducational academic honor society that promotes academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students and honors those who achieve such distinction. Membership is open to students with junior and senior classification who demonstrate strong character and whose GPA ranks them in the top 10 percent of their academic classes.

Gardner-Webb’s Alpha Chi chapter earns consistent national recognition for its academic achievements, including honors for presentations at the annual Alpha Chi National Convention. A dozen GWU students presented a range of undergraduate research findings at the most recent convention this year in Chicago, and the group secured several scholarships, fellowships and prizes.

GWU’s newest Alpha Chi inductees include: Austin Albers, Aaron K. Arnold, Matthew Autrey, Matthew Barger, Chris Beguhl, Connor J. Bos, Chrysalis Earl Bridges, Mariah Jade Case, Mary Claire Chase, Rebecca Brooke Craig, Michelle Lynn Evans, Lauren Ashley Gold, Patrick Malone Graham, Tillie Greco, Natalie Noel Green, Sarah Lindsay Guynes, Amanda Lynn Hall, Chase Benton Heafner, Christian Taylor Jessup, Christopher Wangerin Lile, Andrew R. Linzie, Kathryn Elizabeth Manning, Madison Maria McMahon, Mary Elise Moffatt, Josiah Parke, Seth Colin Perry, Ethan Ramsey, Rebekah Claire Rhea, Marissa Mae Richardson, Michaela Rose Roland, Madison A. Swift, Starr Tate, John Logan Walker, Megan Ashley Wray and Rachael LaRae Zimmerman.

Located in Boiling Springs, N.C., Gardner-Webb University offers a comprehensive academic experience that introduces students to the diverse world of ideas and to the people who think them, preparing them not only for professional success but for lives marked by empathy, compassion and a commitment to service on the broadest scale.